Vancouver Warehousing

Just think about it. According to Wikipedia the Port of Vancouver is the largest port in Canada and the fourth largest in North America by tons of cargo, facilitating trade between Canada and more than 170 world economies.

Not just a hub, a stop along the way for products and merchandise from remote places, but also a source of a large variety of good herself, Vancouver's vast and  strong economy reaches across Canada and the USA.

That thriving economic life depends on no small part on a strong network of warehouses and a healthy warehousing industry.

The Canadian Warehousing Logistics Association is based in Vancouver and has a deep knowledge of the Vancouver Warehousing industry, including dry warehouses, co-packing facilities, fulfillment warehouses and refrigerated warehouses. 

We have created these blogs with the aim of providing clients and hosts in the warehousing community with news, information and resources to help them thrive in today's complex and tough world of shipping, warehousing & logistics.

Is Warehouse Space Becoming a Problem in Vancouver?
Is Warehouse Space Becoming a Problem in Vancouver? The demand for warehousing has never been higher. Follow this guide to adapt to the change.
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Vancouver Warehouse Search What to Look For In Terms of Security
There are many important aspects to consider when searching for a Vancouver warehouse. However, the one that sticks out the most is security. The safekeeping of goods is paramount to logistics.
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Are There Health Regulations for Refrigerated Warehouses in Canada
Refrigerated warehouses contain specialized equipment that is necessary for storing and transporting temperature-sensitive goods. However, refrigerated warehouses can release airborne pollutants and bacteria that can contaminate products, which can lead to poor-quality goods and even recalls.
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